Allosaurus dentary  a lower jaw with teeth
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Allosaurus fragilis, left dentary with teeth (lower jaw)   
Late Jurassic, western North America.

The dinosaur jaw bone is the business end of the dinosaur Allosaurus and a stunning specimen. The dentary is the tooth bearing bone of this dinosaurs lower jaw. This replica specimen shows lots of detail. There are fully erupted and partially erupted teeth and some teeth are just beginning to appear in some sockets. It also shows changes is tooth shape along the tooth row.  Circular openings on the outer surface are for the passage of blood vessels and nerves.

This fossil cast comes with an informative card.

Size: 15 1/2" long,  5" tall

  • Item #: 109

Allosaurus dentary a lower jaw with teeth

Price: $120.00
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